Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul Celebrate the End of "Breaking Bad" in NYC

Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul Celebrate the End of

Teaming up off-screen to promote their hit show, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul attended The Film Society of Lincoln Center and AMC Celebration of “Breaking Bad” Final Episodes at Walter Reade Theatre in New York City on Wednesday (July 31).

The “Malcolm in the Middle” star wore a checked shirt, black tie, and black suit as he posed with his younger costar, who donned a gray suit, white dress-shirt, and dark tie.

As speculation abounds about what will happen to Walter White, Bryan was asked whether he believes the character deserves to die. Answering seriously, he replied, “I think theres a good case for that, that maybe thats a fitful end. And yet what if the thing he wanted the most, which was the togetherness of his family what if he lived and they didnt”

As his listeners grew quiet, the 57-year-old actor continued, “Or maybe he should die. I vacillate on this.” On August 11th, the beginning of the end of “Breaking Bad” kicks off on AMC.